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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver CHRISTIANITY HAS BEEN for our race a deadly and soul-destroying poison, both in its earlier forms and in its most recent reformations, Marxism and the dilution of it that passes for “liberalism.” It has left, even in the minds of skeptics, a narcotic residue of hokum…
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EssaysFictionH. Millard

The greatest work of Arman — his specific laws to guide our lives by H. Millard HERE’S SOME stuff that I’ve put together from Arman’s Teachings, man. God wants White people to survive and expand and to be the new kind of human. We have been selected to bring God’s love,…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver NO FEDERAL JUDGE, unknown outside his district, attained national fame overnight before Brevard Hand of the District Court in Mobile handed down a decision forbidding the use of some fifty textbooks in the public schools because they, in violation of the First Amendment, taught…
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EssaysH. Millard

by H. Millard WHITES ARE being erased. We see it in advertising and movies where it is nigh on impossible these days to see only Whites. Almost every ad and every movie now must look like the Star Wars Bar in order to pass the PC censors. And we see it on product labels. I wrote an essay several years ago about…
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by Ray Thornton IT HAS BEEN said that the Koran and Sharia Law are incompatible with the Constitution and laws of the United States. Accepting that as a fact, it should also be pointed out that the same is true — in spades — of the Torah, Talmud, and Kol Nidre, all held to be “sacred”…
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Classic Essays

by Michael W. Masters The Roman empire did not die any differently, though, it’s true, more slowly, whereas this time we can expect a more sudden conflagration … Christian charity will prove itself powerless. The times will be cruel. — Jean Raspail, introduction to the 1985 edition of …
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by Alain de Benoist IN THE FIFTEENTH and sixteenth centuries, the Renaissance was genuinely a re-naissance, a rebirth. “It involved,” as Ernest Renan said, “seeing Antiquity face to face.” Yet that rebirth was not a journey backward nor a simple resurgence of the past,…
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by Marian Van Court THIS FAMOUS SCENE from the ceiling of the Sistene Chapel has recently been interpreted in a startling new way. After it was cleaned and restored, the original details were revealed. The vehicle in which God is traveling, along with God himself, all the angels, the sashes, etc, conform…
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by Max Musson MANY PEOPLE dream of a life of tranquillity and plenty. For them nothing could be better than to be a ‘lotus eater’ in some idyllic Shangri-la, where life is free from stress, or worry, or conflict. I often tell people about my encounters with religious zealots who have knocked at my…
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EssaysFictionH. Millard

by H. Millard ARMAN SAYS the way he tries to live is by treating all life, including all other humans, with respect and kindness and that he tries to keep a non-violent, friendly, happy, positive, and polite attitude each and every day no matter who he deals with. He says he tries to treat others as he would…
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